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Shamos

We caught up with London based producer Shamos to discuss his debut release on Funkineven’s Apron imprint and to give him the opportunity to present this smooth mix of shuffling house and hazed-out audio-digressions.

Best Music Videos of 2015

This year we felt that a lot of up-and-coming artists who we didn’t know last year made their mark with plenty of potential to be explored in depth. Here’s our pick of the best music videos of 2015.

Lapti: V Tiraj

Lapti surpasses the cut-and-paste schemes to offer a cohesive and almost organic journey through fully synthetic stratums of sound. A combination of ethereal beauty and melodic tour de force.

submerse: Stay Home

Stay Home ups the tempo ante from submerse’s previous release “Slow Waves”…Where Slow Waves dwelt on reminiscence, Stay Home synthesizes a hybrid of this style, juxtaposing a hip-hop instrumental back bone with busy urban life.

Paradis

Paradis might be one of the most ambitious projects to come out of France in recent years. With a new album in the works, we decided to catch up with Simon and Pierre to discover more about their musical background, new album and sophisticated yet romantic approach to music videos.

Tallesen

To celebrate the release of Tallesen’s new album “Stills Lit Through”, released this month on Oneohtrix Point Never’s Software Recording Company, we caught up with the producer and visual artist to discuss his relationship with both art forms and the twelve tracks that make up his debut “Stills Lit Through”.

Rawaat

Following Rawaat’s debut ‘Day Laborer’ EP on Lobster Theremin, we caught up with the Michigan based producer to have a little chat and discuss his activity as a label owner, analogue setups and his love for Jeff Mills.

Submerse: Slow Waves LP

Steeped in nostalgic memories of travels in Japan and Europe, Slow Waves was written in London and serves as a hazy collection of musical mnemonics…a soporific, blunted journey through instrumental hip hop.